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Old October 12th 08, 08:43 PM posted to microsoft.public.win98.multimedia
KG
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Two questions to answer please.
I don't have the original M\Bd CD and cannot get the onboard sound to go. In
control Panel they are still carry the yellow mark and I have no sound. Have
tried many ways to get a driver to work from the W98 disk and a few others I
have but no luck. It did originally have XP installed and was working.
The other question, why do I have to now press F1 to continue during the
boot up?
It shows the drives memory and cd ok and then stops asking me to press F1 to
resume.
Is that maybe a flat battery on the M\Bd? I think the bios would drop out if
that was the case?
Any help please.



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Old October 12th 08, 09:39 PM posted to microsoft.public.win98.multimedia
Jeff Richards
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Answered elsewhere.

If you need to ask the question in two places, please cross-post instead of
multiposting. That way everyone sees all the replies.
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Jeff Richards
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"KG" wrote in message
...
Two questions to answer please.
I don't have the original M\Bd CD and cannot get the onboard sound to go.
In
control Panel they are still carry the yellow mark and I have no sound.
Have
tried many ways to get a driver to work from the W98 disk and a few others
I
have but no luck. It did originally have XP installed and was working.
The other question, why do I have to now press F1 to continue during the
boot up?
It shows the drives memory and cd ok and then stops asking me to press F1
to
resume.
Is that maybe a flat battery on the M\Bd? I think the bios would drop out
if
that was the case?
Any help please.





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Old December 15th 09, 06:39 AM
wilsonallen01
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Jeff is right...
Some time before I was also suffering from this problem, Jeff is telling the right way..
He has also guided me in this...

Thanks for sharing the post..
It is really helpful post..
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